We've grown this mix in our greenhouse for a few years now and it's our favorite low growing, easy maintenance mix. Contains baby blue eyes, bergamot, bishop's flower, black-eyed susan, california poppy, candytuft, cilantro, dill, dwarf cosmos, fennel gayfeather, globe gilia, indian blanket, lance-leaved coreopsis, purple prairie clover, rockcress, shasta daisy, siberian wallflower, and sweet alyssum.
Plant 9-18 lbs/acre or in rows between crops; space 4-8 seeds per inch between 5 ft. row, 1 oz for 100ft row.
Some photos of our greenhouse in 2015 running a beneficial bug/pollinator mix next to our tomatoes and cucumbers.
Conventionally grown - Able to sprout. Premium black oil sunflower for a variety of back yard birds and other wildlife. Attracts a wide variety of backyard birds including cardinals, titmice, grossbeaks, doves, catbirds, woodpeckers, jays, grackles, magpies, red-wing blackbirds, finches, bushtits and many other species of North American wild birds....
These are very light seeds so a little goes a long way. Summer and fall blooming, this "Petite Mix" contains orange, gold and yellow marigolds with an average height of 8-10". Use these as a beneficial intercropping plant with many different crops including tomatoes, carrots and brassicas. Research has shown...
Certified Organic. Produces 60-120 lbs/acre of nitrogen. It can be planted in the fall for a winter cover crop. Mixing with winter rye or triticale will help with weed suppression. It produces a great deal of organic matter that is easy to plow under in spring. Sow 75 pounds per acre;...